Countryside agro-tourism for Lotus farm, Rice field and Orchid farm.
This tour is for those who like to go off the beaten track but not far from Bangkok. Less than an hour drive west of Bangkok you'll be in the countryside which there is an abundance of fresh natural. We'll take a long-boat through canal that dug since King Rama IV to visit Lotus farm which the owner received from King's heritage. After enjoy boat paddle in lotus farm then we'll continue to organic orchard and rice field where we'll enjoy testing fresh fruit and experience the ride on the trailer of Thai tractor through the orchard. Back on the boat and off to the last stop which is Orchid Farm that covers an area of 16 Rai and specialises in two genera, Vanda and Dendrobium. Only Dendrobium can be exported since members of the Vanda genus are regarded as protected species.
08. 00 am. Meet up at the hotel lobby
09. 00 am. Take a long-boat ride through canal to visit lotus farm
10. 00 am. continue by a boat to visit local community that make a rice cracker
11. 00 am. continue by boat to fruit orchard and rice field
12. 00 pm. continue by boat to visit orchid farm before going back to Bangkok
02. 00 pm. Arrive hotel
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 6 hours
Private car or minivan for more than 4 people on the tour, private long-boat on a canal tour and a trailer tractor.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 THB - Drink at restaurant is from THB 25 for water to THB 100 for Thai Beer.
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We are a family of 6 (2 young children, 2 elderly parents) taking the agri-tourism tour with Jean. Jean is fabulous! It is a fantastic tour. Kids LOVED feeding the giant catfish in the river and colourful kois at the lotus farm. Elderly parents enjoyed visiting the various family owned farms and sampling the local products. This tour is so different from the usual perception of Bangkok (shopping, massages and eating). It is great to see a different side of Bangkok and also support local farmers.